Thirty

“From 10–17 March an exhibition in the RCA’s Dyson Gallery in Battersea will showcase work from over 40 of the College’s technical staff. From jewellery and textile design to painting, sculpture, photography and interactive virtual realities, the week-long exhibition will bring to the fore talent and technical skills that are sometimes hidden from those outside the College…
Lynda Lorraine also has a background in fashion, graduating from an MA in Womenswear from Central Saint Martins she has exhibited on the Harrods international floor alongside Dior and Chanel and worked as the Head Designer for London fashion label Milla before joining the RCA. Lynda’s work for Hidden explores the idea of family and home, using her own international family as the subject. Her delicate monochrome portraits reflect the anonymity a person has in the lager global populace.”

Click here for the original article for the ‘Hidden’ group exhibition on the Royal College of Art website.